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settlements in utah. this is just over an hour. >> to begin with, may i suggest that we do a round of applause for those people who sl spot sored this? it's so much work, and we should appreciate them. [applause] >> we are fortunate to have john turner with us. he teaches religious studies at george mason university in virginia, and his history that we are discussing today is a very important contribution. i'm impressed. it's hard to impress me. i taught utah history 34 times at the university of utah. the -- his first book, "campus crusade for christ: renewal of evangelical in post war america," it was a prize winning book. he's a graduate of notre dame. they'll be in our minds today with football. he is from new york state, upstate, as they call it. not far from where brigham young workedded or paul mira. well, his insight and balance, we'll talk about later on in the program. the other commentators are craig foster, author of two books, critical analyst of appty-mormon in great britain, 1837-1860, and a different god question, myth mitt, the religious right and the mormon question. he also
at george mason university in virginia, jeff johnson former utah state activist and craig foster recount the life of the mormon leader who died in 1877. they established a settlement in utah. this is just over an hour. >> to begin with, may i suggest that we do a round of applause for those people who have sponsored this. it's so much work and we should appreciate them. [applause] today we are fortunate to have with us john turner. he teaches religious studies at george mason university in virginia and his history that we are discussing today is a very important contribution. i am impressed. and it's hard to impress me. i taught utah history 34 times at the university of utah. his first book, bill bright and the campus crusade for christ, the renewing of evangelical in post-war america was a prize-winning book. he is a graduate of notre dame. they will be in our minds today. he is from new york state, upstate as they call it, not really very far from where brigham young worked and not far from column i wrote. well, his insight and balance we will talk about later on in the program. the o
in virginia, jeff johnson, former utah state activist and historian craig foster recount the life of the mormon leader who died in 1877. they examine the role that brigham young assumed following the death of mormonism's founder, joseph smith, in 1834 as he led congregants of the church across the rocky mountains and established settlements in utah. this is just over an hour. >> to begin with, may i suggest that we do a round of applause for those people who have sponsored this? it's so much work, and we should appreciate them. prison -- [applause] today we are fortunate to have with us john turner. he teaches religious studies at george mason university in virginia, and his history that we are discussing today is a very important contribution. i'm impressed. and it's hard to impress me. you taught history for 34 times at the university of utah. his first book, bill bright and campus crusade for christ's renewal, the renewal of evangelical in postwar america, it was a prize-winning book. he's a graduate of notre dame. they'll be in our minds today with football. [laughter] he is f
. appreciate it. >> news ahead on liberal seeming things that happen in utah. also, election results still due to come in. next, president obama's mini summit today with a who's who of liberal america on purpose. that's next. >>> do you plan to stay on as the leader and run again? >> let's see. what time is it now? 2:00 on tuesday. i'll see you right here 10:00 tomorrow morning. while i love you all very dearly, i thought maybe i would talk to my own caucus before i shared that information with you. >> that's the top democrat in the house, nancy pelosi responding to a question this afternoon about her future in the leadership. 10:00 tomorrow morning. we have to wait until then for her to share any information about whether she intends to try to stay on as leader of the democrats in congress. that was 2:00 this afternoon she said it. then here's the press release mrs. pelosi's office sent out later in the afternoon about that 10:00 a.m. press conference tomorrow morning. they say the topic is to highlight the historic number of women elected as parts of the house democratic caucus. does that so
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speeches. watch sunday at 7 p.m. eastern and pacific. >> up next, utah's incumbent republican senator orrin hatch and democratic challenger scott howell square off in their only televised debate for the senate race. the cook political report rates this race as solid republican. this 55-minute debate is brought to us by kbyu-tv in provo, utah. [applause] >> moderator: it's my pleasure, it's my pleasure to welcome senator hatch and mr. howell to the brigham young university campus. our audience today includes students and teachers from several schools in the state, and we're joined by representatives from leading community organizations. we'll given with opening statements from each candidate. a coin toss determined mr. howell will have the first statement, followed by senator hatch. mr. howell? howell: thank you very much, and thank you, doctor. you have a chance to compare two candidates, each of us seeking your vote with two very different records. my record of a balanced budget, job creation, fighting for seniors and protecting public and higher education versus my opponent's record of cr
. how is the state of utah handling all of this wow it is day four. we welcome utah governor in a fox business exclusive. welcome, governor. we begin by asking all of our governors, what are you doing? what action are you taking in advance? >> well, we have done what is proper and prudent. we live within our means. we do not have unnecessary debt. we have a rainy day surplus funds. that helps insulate us against some of the ups and downs of the market place nationally. our unemployment rate has dropped to 5.2. we are creating jobs. we are growing wealth in the private sector. our personal income is going up also. we are doing things that they ought to be doing in washington, d.c. liz: in the next three weeks, as you have meetings with your staff, you tell me, we talked about, for example, they have to prepare two separate budgets. how are you expected to be affected if, for example, 30% of your budget comes from federal funding, what if that goes away? >> 80% of that does not impact us at all in the state of utah. but, there is some impact. we are having to prepare to budgets. as we p
on this trip to collect a piece for radio carbon dating, a federal archeologist in southern utah had asked us to pick up one piece of it to bring out. so that part of the basket is missing. there are artifacts everywhere. they stand out. this arrowhead here is maybe just under half an inch long, tiny little piece made out of jasper in some canyon someplace. there are larger objects. there are cliff dwellings that you find up in the alcoves. this is out on the navajo reservation in southern utah. this is part of a structure that's about, i'd say, 300 rooms running along the back side of this canyon, a little village, small city, something. artifacts everywhere. one of the walls had fallen out, revealing the floor that had been packed in there, hundreds of years of people using the same floor just pushing down the dirt so that there are pieces of woven -- of braided string sticking out of the floor everywhere and arrowheads and broken pottery and i realized when i came up against the stack of this trash pile i put my head against it and looked along it. i could see it was covered with hair. peo
example of that talking to my friend gary herbert, the governor of utah, utah, and probably most of your viewers know five or six years ago set up an exchange and did it in a free market way and one of the lowest costs in the country of health care and still have quality health care, but did it through a market driven exchange. according to my friend gary herbert that doesn't qualify under the new affordable care act and they're going to have to come back and put in place something more aligns them with what the federal government wants. to me, you get the exposure without any of the flexibility, that's not a good deal and on behalf of the taxpayers in my state i said no thank you we'd rather have the federal government not only take on the responsibility, but the responsibility to pay for it and not defer to our tax base. >> isn't there a risk if the federal government runs the entire show you guys will be cut out totally and basically, you'll have even less room for maneuver, your companies in the state, your providers in the state will really have to march entirely to washington's dic
followers went down there in 2003. basically fleeing from pressure that they were getting in utah and arizona, and the bottom line, this is just a texas sized eviction notice put on the gates of that ranch yesterday, courtesy of the attorney general and texas rangers, who basically alleged from the get-go that warren jeffs and his followers went to texas with the intent to commit crimes. in a 91-page document filed yesterday, they're using prosecutor terms that they used for the mafia, organized crime, criminal enterprise. these are the kind of things that they allege warren jeffs and his followers went there to do and then in the document, they outline the specific crimes that they allege have occurred during the intervening eight and nine years, including child rape, money laundering. some of these charges already proven in a court of law with mr. jeffs' conviction. ten men convicted of child rape. it's definitely a big deal and the state of texas is basically saying they don't want them there anymore. >> knowing what you know about them, michael, do you think the flds is going
not taking a pledge break, we take a second look at eastern utah, and a compromise that will allow companies to extract the region's natural gas, while preserving its environment. i reported from there earlier this year. the banks of the white river in eastern utah are perfectly quiet, in a way it's sometimes hard to find in a world of seven billion people-- just the sounds of gently flowing water, a hint of a breeze, the occasional bird. the gorgeous vistas and rare solitude sit on public land thousands of feet above a bonanza trapped deep in the earth. from high above, it's easy to see how the gas industry has changed the landscape, with gas wells by the thousands altering the fragile desert ecosystem. utah environmentalists say the view from the air and from the canyon floor illustrate why they want these public lands protected. >> you know, what families find when they come here, what outfitters, what americans come to experience this place, it's the quiet, it's the solitude, it's that you don't have the sight and sounds of human development around you. it's a place where people can come
in utah underneath a ledge. and i didn't move it from the spot. in fact, the sand had just been barely swept away to show the face of it, but it's still there. it's still under that ledge. i hope. i'd like to take you on a route and show you a way down to one of these artifacts. now, a lot of people look across canyon land, say, in southeast utah where this picture is, and it's not really clear how you get around, how you get from place to place. but if you know this place well enough you know right over this lip of white sandstone, if you go right over the ledge and hang your foot over this side, you can't see it but you can feel it with the tip of your foot, there's a little toe hold down there, then if you get on that toe hold you drop your other foot down and there's another toe hold. it happens a thousand years ago somebody carved just a series of toe holds down this rock face. and you climb down those and they lead to a ledge and the ledge wraps around underneath here and it drops down into another spot that you go through a saddle and around to the other side and through another
. >> and they try to sing a winning tune against the visiting utah jazz. lindsay murphy is up next in sports. >> what a nice day. take a look at the temperatures. a bit of a warm flow as far as the east coast is concerned to the south. he's where the cooler weather is. it is it headed our way? the full details are just ahead. 
's health issues, the romneys left bain and moved to utah in 1999. but when romney really left bain capital is now controversial. on paper, he remained chief executive officer, raising the question of his responsibility for companies that laid off workers when he was in utah. he says that he was gone from the company completely, that the olympics were all-consuming. >> when he got there, it was a disaster. and he was panicked. he really seriously considered saying, it's not going to work here, there's just too many problems. >> romney needed help so he rallied an old friend from bain capital, fraser bullock, to be the games chief operating officer. >> mitt did describe it as stepping into an empty elevator shaft because you're falling and you're not sure when you will hit ground. >> bullock joined the team that tried to do damage control. they created an operating plan, tried to convince sponsors to stay on board and took a critical look at the nearly $400 million budget deficit staring them in the face. and even got rid of the usual catering at olympic board meetings. >> we had domino's pi
including florida, ohio and virginia. closing right now polls in iowa, montana, nevada, utah and idaho. both candidates have settled into watch. the president has been some chicago, romney went to boston to cast his vote before flying out for more campaigning. we have team cove rage on the two. ken pritchett is with the president in chicago. we start with rita williams. >> >> reporter: romney's senior strategist took to the stage to try to rev up the crowd. he didn't have any real news but as you can see this crowd here is beginning to grow. meanwhile i'm told that romney is a cross the street in a hotel room with his wife ann, his five sons, 16 of his 18 grandchildren. right before he went in there he had one last thing to say about this long campaign. >> i have am very pleased. i feel like we have put it all in the field. we left nothing in the locker room. we fought to the very end and i think that's why we will be successful. >> reporter: no would have, could have, should have, he seemingly is satisfied with the campaign he has run. >> as for his supporters, some are down stairs below
of moisture ahead of the storm system. winter storm warnings through all the mountains of utah and through montana where there's blizzard warnings in areas of northern portions of the state. notice in san diego, there's even a winter storm warning. as far as the snow totals expected, the northern portions of rockies is the bull's eye. the forecast is unsettled out periods of clouds and showers on and off throughout the day. >>> through the weekend this dips all the way down through even san diego, hopefully should clear out by sunday. >>> than. cia director petraeus on bengha benghazi. peyton's potential profits and pots. >>> companies that vow to hire veterans. you're watching "early today." >>> plenty of stories making news this morning. new video of the 15-year-old pakistani girl who's recovering at a british hospital after being shot in the head by the taliban last month. malala yousufzai's father says she's recovering well and is humbled by the worldwide outpouring. >>> seven members of navy s.e.a.l team 6, including one involved in the osama bin laden mission, are in trouble because
from utah to arizona all the way through california. we're not going to see too much bad weather or heavy rain. there are light showers right over the top of seattle heading up i-5 and up into the mountains. anywhere from portland northward, you'll have a chance of hit and miss showers, especially in washington state. temperaturewise, it's chilly in the inner mountain west. right along the coast, we've warmed up a little bit. typical for this time of year. should be gorgeous around los angeles to phoenix and there's a chance of showers on and off, especially washington state. usually that's the end of the forecast. but i've got to show you how cold it is this morning in alaska, fairbanks right now is minus 22 degrees. the coldest temperatures of the year. today's highs aren't even going to get up to zero with sunshine. that's cold. that's a look at cloudy. bakersfield to san jose looking good, too, just the northwest with the clouds. >>> no huge storms coming, and we need to get a little warm-up for our friends 2in alaska. >>> the u.s. is poised to become the world's biggest oil
at immigration policy at the american enterprise institute. speakers include utah's's attorney general. then the ceo of the nasdaq stock exchange talks about the so- called sysco close and its effect on capital markets. that is at 1:00 p.m. eastern. tomorrow night, the former abc anchor ted koppel, talks about the future of news. now british prime minister david cameron speaks at the they quit in london about economic and foreign policy. this will be -- speaks at the banquet about economic and foreign policy. this is about 40 minutes. >> the queen. ["god save the queen" plays] ♪ >> prince philip, duke of edinburgh, the duchess of cornwall, and the other members of the royal family. ♪ ["god save the queen" plays] ♪ >> the lord mayor. [applause] >> my late lord mayor, your grace, lord chief lawyer, prime minister, your excellencies, lord, older men, sheriff, cheap, and are, ladies and gentlemen, welcome. welcome from clear and deep. -- from claire and me. in a special welcome to you, prime minister, for this your third lord mayor's banquet. one of the privileges of this role is the
their military careers. a pleassnt grovv man is placed on thh utah sex ccime he allegedly committed some 22 years go in the state of maine... but iftikhar kahn has never been to maine.....n fact during that ttme....he member of the army..... weeks later...the utah this was a mistake... they ys - kahn.....and finally pulled the innocent kahn off the paae... iq: i was looredoq: ...and he said, no no because of this mistaae.....from noo on iistead of putting someone on the website tten sending them p letter....the staae will now send a letter and withhold putting their name on the site until that person great weather toddy... today...what's in ssore for the weekend?meteorologist &pemily grrcey is here with you first look attyour skywatch forecast.. emily 3- obama says: "this was a cennral quustion dring the ele. election.next on the late editionthe fiscal cliff... p..and possible tax there may be negotiation...and the one point the prrsident says he will nnt conceee... ...and the mount of damage this eer caused...whee he jumpeddinto frozee yogurt shhp... after the break &pthe... loomingg
a basketball game. when we come back caught on tape a messy getaway for a utah man who tried to steal a plane right out of the airport. when it comes to getting my family to eat breakfast, i need all the help i can get. that's why i like nutella. mom, what's the capital of west virginia? charleston. nutella is a delicious hazelnut spread my whole family loves. mom, have you seen my -- backpack? nutella goes great on whole-wheat toast or whole-grain waffles. and its great taste comes from a unique combination of simple ingredients like hazelnuts, skim milk and a hint of cocoa. yeah, bye. have you seen my -- yes. and...thank you. [ male announcer ] nutella. breakfast never tasted this good. [ male announcer ] nutella. you won't run into deals this big just anywhere. roll into the sears veteran's day appliance event. get up to 50% off appliance super buys. this is savings out of this world. this is sears. >>> here's a look at the weather in some cities around the country. in washington mostly sunny 56 degrees. atlanta sunny 66. partly sunny in st. louis 70 degrees denver partly sunny 67 and most
bit for tonight. another fourth quarter collapse against utah and the whiz kids search are to the first w of the season. they look early and often as the story goes, it ends in disappointing fashion. there were highlights, though. check out this smooth move. we have highlights on the court as well. pick it up early. wizards starting off right. jordan crawford got the start. spotting up from the corner. three of crawford's 20 points. crawford loses the ball. mo williams the alley and gordon hayward, the oop. jazz up 4. it's all tied at 61. williams getting the easy two here. utah goes on to win it 83-76. washington falls to 0-8 for the second year in a row. >> we got enough here to win games. we do. we have to believe that. and i have to help them believe in themselves. >> right now, we're on eight. we just have to keep every game there. it's a matter of us keeping the game, keeping them cushioned. >> bradley beale who had to come off the bench tonight for jordan crawford. the wizards are the second team in nba history to go ♪ just put a little bit of yourself ♪ ♪
home, ann's parents' home. >> the next morning, they flew to utah for a second ceremony in salt lake city's mormon temple, where they were sealed for eternity, as the church calls it. ann's parents couldn't attend because they weren't mormon. ann herself was a relatively new convert. romney biographers scott helman and michael kranish. >> when ann davies meets mitt, i think she's searching a little bit for a religious home, the way a teenager does. what does this mean. and what do i believe? >> early on, when mitt was going out with ann, he did give her some lessons in what was the mormon faith all about. >> but ultimately ann's conversion was overseen by george romney while mitt was in france. >> and he would pick me up every sunday for church. the reason i think it was so easy for me to talk to him even on a spiritual level like that is because he respected me as his complete equal. >> ann and mitt settled in provo, utah, in this $75-a-month basement apartment, starting a family and getting serious about school. the mission experience in france had clearly refocused romney. >> life
took that to the next level. the guys in utah rented a big truck and drove it around seemingly taking people's leaves from their home. filled up the back of this thing with bag after bag after bag of leaves. 17 feet high and 20,000 pounds. >> 1,462 bags. contains every single leaf in utah. >> i don't know if that was an exact. >> can't confirm those numbers. what arefá you going to do when you have a pile of leaves that big? >> jump. it's like jumping into a big cloud. they have a go proon a stick to capture the big pile of leaves -- thanking everybody involved. they said thanks to everyone who let us rake and collect their leaves. these guys are the same guys who pulled off the awesome treasure chest prank where they buried the treasure chest in the sand and dug it up at the beach. >> i am really impressed that this is able to support their fall. it seems like you would fall to the center or end up with the random twig in your butt. >> when you have an entire truck of leaves that is probably enough. >>> first ski of the season. i think of this video as like a warning. do not eat th
have the founder, dan, via skype from utah. welcome back to the show. >> thanks, guys. >> this is bigger than it was last year and it's not even time for the deadline yet. >> yeah. it's crazy. i mean, we've been open for just over a week, and we have almost 50,000 participants. yeah. we're really excited. people just are really excited to get into this time of year. >> are there any rules about what people can't give as gifts? >> i think there's probably a ton of rooms about what people can't give, but, you know, we try and leave it up to, like, common sense. give people stuff that's legal. you know? just send something that you think would be awesome for the person receiving it. >> are people that will potentially give to "right this minute" going to read a profile where we say what we would like? >> we ask them just a couple of really simple questions. just like, tell some likes and dislikes. something so that whoever is assigned to you can do some internet stalking. open null the 26th. on the 26th we do matching. we create basically a huge chain of people in you kno
walking. i started in chaco canyon and walked north up to mesa verde, around to comb ridge in utah, down into the hopi mesa, across the mugion rim, to mexico and then into the sierra madre, following people, following routes. because everything in the desert leaves a route that leads you somewhere. everything out there is a story. and that's what i'm following, these stories, looking for ways, looking for grains of sand out of place, looking for stories out in the middle of nowhere. i can open this up for questions if anybody has any questions. . >> i was wondering if they had any sort of metal or did they use hardened rocks of some sort to shape their stones? . >> most of what they did was stone. metallurgy was just starting to move up into northern chijuajua at that time and they were working with copper. that was just ornamental, so there was no metal going on at all other than imported bells. >> and the shells, they went down to cortez -- not lake -- the cortez sea to get, was that mostly hard or brittle? . >> it was hard but not tool hard. the colorado plateau is covered with chert,
talk about women senators but a new baby senator. born yesterday. in utah. to wendy finch. let's see. the family, senator mike lee who is a utah senator stopped by to see the baby born. they named him senator rockwell bench. this is in murray utah. the mom said the reason they named him senator was she thought it would be a great name to give him respect with some room for scandal. then it would be really funny if he ended up being president senator. he is four pounds, 12-ounces. mom, baby happy. chris an wendy bench for parents. utah senator mike lee came by. and the press secretary, thank you for spending me that little cute saying on election day. >> kimberly: that was nice. greg? >> greg: robert did his part for obama. robbed a convenience store with a gun and told the clerk at gun point to vote for president obama while he was robbing him again at gunpoint. clerk said he was not allowed to vote. gunman said vote for obama. this is obama expletive before fleeing. >> bob: who did that? you said robert? i don't want -- >> kimberly: a criminal. bad guy. >> greg: it might be a metaph
but a new baby senator. born yesterday. in utah. to wendy finch. let's see. the family, senator mike lee who is a utah senator stopped by to see the baby born. they named him senator rockwell bench. this is in murray utah. the mom said the reason they named him senator was she thought it would be a great name to give him respect with some room for scandal. then it would be really funny if he ended up being president senator. he is four pounds, 12-ounces. mom, baby happy. chris an wendy bench for parents. utah senator mike lee came by. and the press secretary, thank you for spending me that little cute saying on election day. >> kimberly: that was nice. greg? >> greg: robert did his part for obama. robbed a convenience store with a gun and told the clerk at gun point to vote for president obama while he was robbing him again at gunpoint. clerk said he was not allowed to vote. gunman said vote for obama. this is obama expletive before fleeing. >> bob: who did that? you said robert? i don't want -- >> kimberly: a criminal. bad guy. >> greg: it might be a metaphor for something but i couldn't co
and a principal investor in the northern pacific railroad. in july of 1871, moran traveled by train to utah, where just two years earlier, the union pacific and the cel pacific had linked to form the first transcontinental railway. he joined hayden's party in montana. they proceeded to fort ellis and soon entered the fabled region of yellowstone. moran worked closely with the expedition photographer, william henry jackson. together they selected the most impressive views. moran made drawings and watercolor sketches, blocking in forms and contours, quickly noting the colors of the terrain and the sulfurous deposits for which yellowstone is named. back in newark, new jersey, moran began what he termed his "big picture," "the grand canyon of the yellowstone." for moran, the spiritual, natural and aesthetic realms should blend to create a great impression. to that end, he combined different points of view into one dramatic panorama. moran explained, the precipitous rocks on the right were really at my back when i stood at that point. yet in their present position, they are strictly true to pictorial n
battleground states including florida, ohio and virginia closing right now, iowa, montana, utah and idaho. both presidential candidates settled in to watch the results as they come in tonight. president barack obama has been in chicago all day. mitt romney want to boston this morning to cast his vote before flying out for more campaigning. we have team coverage on the two candidates. we go to the president supporters in chicago. we begin though, with rita williams with romney supporters in boston. [cheers and applause] >> well, mitt romney senior strategist took to the stage to ref up the crowd. no real news but you can see the crowd here is beginning to grow. meanwhile, i am told that mitt romney is across the street in a hotel room with his wife, ann, his five sons, 16 of his 18 grandchildren. but right before he went in there he had one last thing to say about this long campaign. >> i am very pleased. i feel like we put it all on the field. left nothing in the locker room. we fought to the very end and i think that is why we will be successful. >> no would of, could of, should of. the gover
jeffs' followers live is in the spotlight, as well, and this one is on the border between utah and arizona. abc news spent a year investigating the education of children there and the control jeffs still exerts from his prison cell. amy robach made the trip to a secret world. >> reporter: deep in the desert, on the border between utah and arizona, a polygamous sect of 8,000 people are still living a secret live, obeying the commands of their leader, warren jeffs. he was sentenced to life in prison for the sexual assault of girls as young as 14. >> we miss our prophet. we know he is innocent. >> reporter: a year-long investigation by "20/20" reveals that jeffs, from behind prison bars, still controls every aspect of his followers' lives. >> obey the prophet when he speaks, and you'll be blessed. disobey him -- it is death. >> reporter: in this community, where a man needs three wives to gain salvation, warren jeffs married over 80 women. every week, he issues bizarre orders that seem random to outsiders. >> now it is down that you cannot eat corn. >> no sex between husband and w
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